Monday, March 06, 2006

Episode 03 - Who's sticking who?

Topics Covered:

Seal Hunt: Premier Williams vs Paul McCarney: "I've got a word or two, to say about the things that you do."
Emerson Lives On: Ethics commissioner launches investigation to PMO's public chagrin, Alex reveals what the P stands for in MP, 28 and a half Helens agree: Emerson should face byelection.
Weapons of Past Restriction: The Supreme Court overturns ban on the Sikh Kirpan in public schools, Kirpans are daggers in name only.
Patent Fever: Justice Rothstein gets the nod while we revisit his ruling on patenting living organisms, RIM pays up to NTP.
Provincial Jurisdiction: Premier Klein keeps peddling his healthcare vision, Ontario fesses up to a coming energy crisis.
Other Random Rants: Crash scoops Best Picture, Liberal leadership potentials mastermind their sinister plots to power.

Relevant Links:

Williams, McCartneys on Larry King
Don't touch the seals, Paul
Supreme Court ruling on Kirpans
Ethics commisioner to look at floor crossing
Emerson's mock byelection
Geist on Rothstein
Klein's third way health-care
RIM and NTP settle
Potential Liberal leadership candidates test waters
Ontario's "Our Energy, Our Future" [pdf]


At 9:51 AM, March 07, 2006, Blogger The PHB's said...


I (Jeremy) incorrectly refered to Tony Valeri as the former Speaker of the House when mentioning the allegations against him. In actuality, he was the former Liberal House Leader. He is not to be confused with the former Speaker of the House, Peter Milliken, who was reelected and I think we are both looking forward to him continuing in that role, a possibility discussed in Episode 00. And while we are doing corrections, I also refered to our membership in NATO influencing our relationship with the US patent system--I meant NAFTA.


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